Everton FC is a professional football club competing in the English Premier League. It is based in Walton, Liverpool. The club started it’s journey during the latest quarter of the 19th century (in 1878). It is largely known as the Merseyside Blues and uses Goodison Park as the home ground. However, it has competed in the top division for a record 116 seasons. In fact, the club missed the top division only four times in history. Currently, the club is owned by Farhad Moshiri. Meanwhile, Marco Silva is serving the role of the head coach of the side. This article will reveal the list of Everton players salaries.
# The Chart of Everton Players Salaries in 2020-21 Season:
|Player’s Name||Country||Position||Weekly Salary||Yearly Salary||Contract Remaining|
|Bernard||Brazil||LW||120 Thousand GBP||6.2 Million GBP||3 Years|
|Y Mina||Colombia||CB||120 Thousand GBP||6.2 Million GBP||4 Years|
|A Gomes||Portugal||CM||110 Thousand GBP||5.8 Million GBP||5 Years|
|G Sigurdsson||Iceland||AM||100 Thousand GBP||5.2 Million GBP||3 Years|
|J Pickford||England||GK||100 Thousand GBP||5.2 Million GBP||5 Years|
|M Schneiderlin||France||DM||100 Thousand GBP||5.2 Million GBP||2 Years|
|T Walcott||England||RW||100 Thousand GBP||5.2 Million GBP||2 Years|
|L Digne||France||LB||90 Thousand GBP||4.7 Million GBP||4 Years|
|Richarlison||Brazil||LW||90 Thousand GBP||4.7 Million GBP||4 Years|
|F Delph||England||CM||80 Thousand GBP||4.2 Million GBP||3 Years|
|S Coleman||Ireland||RB||70 Thousand GBP||3.6 Million GBP||3 Years|
|L Baines||England||LB||65 Thousand GBP||3.4 Million GBP||1 Year|
|C Tosun||Turkey||CF||60 Thousand GBP||4.1 Million GBP||3 Years|
|M Keane||England||CB||60 Thousand GBP||3.1 Million GBP||3 Years|
|M Kean||Italy||CF||53 Thousand GBP||2.8 Million GBP||5 Years|
|A Iwobi||Nigeria||LW||50 Thousand GBP||2.6 Million GBP||5 Years|
|J McCarthy||Ireland||CM||50 Thousand GBP||2.6 Million GBP||1 Year|
|O Niasse||Senegal||CF||50 Thousand GBP||2.6 Million GBP||1 Year|
|M Stekelenburg||Nederlands||GK||30 Thousand GBP||1.6 Million GBP||1 Year|
|J Lossl||Denmark||GK||28 Thousand GBP||1.5 Million GBP||3 Years|
|T Davies||England||CM||25 Thousand GBP||1.3 Million GBP||4 Years|
|D Calvert Lewin||England||CF||20 Thousand GBP||1 Million GBP||4 Years|
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# Total Spending:
As a mid-table EPL side, Everton’s wage budget can be considered as an average one. It is neither too high nor too low. You can check Everton Players Salaries list from the above-listed table. Their weekly wage budget behind their current squad is 1.57 million GBP. In addition to this, their yearly expense behind the players’ basic salary reads as much as 81.8 million GBP. It is comparatively lower than the top table giants but definitely higher than the mid-table sides.
# New Signings:
Summer transfer window means a number of signings for each and every clubs. The Merseyside Blues were no exception as well. They have brought in some big and exciting names which include the likes of Andre Gomes, Alex Iwobi, Moise Kean, Fabian Delph. Gomes, the Portuguese international joined them from Spanish giant FC Barcelona. He cost them 22 million GBP. Danish goal stopper Jonas Lossl also made his move to the Goodison Park. But he joined them in a free transfer from Huddersfield Town.
# Contract Negotiation:
Veteran duo Leighton Baines, as well as M Stekelneburg’s contracts, will come to an end after the end of the ongoing season. In addition to this, centre forward Oumar Niasse and midfielder James McCarthy’s contracts are also running out. Thus decisions will be taken very very soon regarding their contract extension or release.
# Highest Earning Players:
Two Latin American footballers top the chart with their weekly earning of 120 thousand GBP. Brazilian left-winger Bernard along with Colombian centre half Yerry Mina, each of them pockets 6.2 million pounds per year. They are followed by Portuguese midfielder Andre Gomes who receives 110 thousand GBP per week as his basic salary.
# Loan Deals:
The Goodison Park-based side has sent some of their reserves as well as younger players out on loan deals. But their notable loan deal was bringing in Djibril Sidibe from AS Monaco on a season-long deal which will end on June 30, 2020.